What's new in Episode 257
• This episode was sponsored by GoDaddy. Use our code DLTV for 10% any new domain registration order!
• The Sage of Tech, Loyd Case, answers your questions!
• Team DL.TV is poised to take over the 7th spot on Stanford University's worldwide Folding@home (FAH) teams stats page! One of the most effective ways to boost your/our score is to use a GPU client, and the good folks at [H]ard|OCP have some terrific guides to getting the most out of your FAH participation.
• [H]ard|OCP's latest GPU folding guide is Vista-specific, but it provides a good starting point for getting the most out of your Folding@home GPU client efforts - don't forget to use team #57391 (that's Team DL.TV) when configuring the client.
• This week's tech pic is from Ricky from the Aloha State, Hawaii. Ricky modded a sweet old desk into a powerful photog station, complete with a hideaway LCD screen. Plus, he's a avid folder! Go Ricky!
• Loyd Case shows off an early developer's build of Windows 7.
• And, of course, Loyd is back once again to take on some of your best Viewer Questions! This week, he tackles everything from hard drives, to Intel chipsets, and memory performance! Check out both of Joel Durham's articles on memory and performance at ExtremeTech.com.
• Next Week: Boxee inventor and patent holder extraordinaire Dave Mathews joins Robert on set and we take a look at the Popcorn Hour Web Media device!
See Ya Then.